Ayaat-e-Quran

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© Ahmer Inam
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UploadedSeptember 28, 2008
TakenMarch 3, 2008
MakeFujifilm
ModelFinePix F30
Exposure1/60 sec at f/4
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Focal Length16.1 mm
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Ayaat (verses) from Quran, the holy book of Islam, decorate the tomb of the Sufi saint, Sheikh Salim Chishti. The tomb, built in 1572, is located in the fort of Fatehpur Sikri, India. Islam forbids any religious icons and deities and Quran is considered the true word of God (Allah). That is why in Islamic architecture, usually the verses from Quran in Calligraphy patterns adorn and decorate architectural structures. These calligraphic patterns can be anywhere from intricate patterns that look like flowers to massive multi-storeyed continues abstract designs with interlinked lines forming various verses from the Quran.

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  • Eric Finster

    Eric Finster (Deleted) gave props (27 Sep 2008):

    nicely done Ahmer! I know it reads something but the patterns are superb!

  • Mostafa Moftah

    Mostafa Moftah (Deleted) said (29 Sep 2008):

    Very beautiful detail..

  • Epin Hervin

    Epin Hervin said (10 Nov 2008):

    Subhanallah

  • Bruce Miller

    Bruce Miller (Deleted) gave props (6 Sep 2009):

    The colours in this compliment each other very nicely. Good one!

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